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The US, European and Asian central banks are on the alert as the economy weakens
Despite their best efforts.
A whole lot of mixed messages.
This year’s soft patch shows signs of being longer lasting
Body warns tit-for-tat restrictions could turn soft landing for world economy into a hard one
Most nations yet to adopt big pro-growth measures, leaving market volatility to reign
October’s collapse in equities may reflect weaker global growth
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The tussle between the US and China risks dragging down the world economy
Concentration of investment in big tech stocks also weighs on nerves
Joko Widodo likens world economy to feuding dynasties in HBO series ‘Game of Thrones’
Our biggest risk is complacency in the face of unprecedented challenge
A mix of higher bond yields and growth worries take their toll
Latest IMF data highlights the lasting damage done by the 2008 collapse
EM pain, and muted gain for petro currencies.
World Economic Outlook downgrades most country forecasts for this year and next
Outlook for Turkey, Argentina and Iran leads IMF to abandons hope for acceleration
Policymakers lack data and tools to combat a future financial crisis
Tiger index points to strains as IMF set to warn against escalating trade conflict
Questions grow about whether decoupling of Wall Street and other markets can continue
Low wage inflation fuelled the bull market but this is now changing
Four charts explain the potential effect of protectionist measures
US decoupling widely expected to continue as fears grow of China slowdown
McKinsey chief says fundamentals remain sound despite turbulence
Weak global growth leads to first fall in export orders since 2016